Everly

Synopsis: An action/thriller centered on a kidnapped woman who faces down hitmen sent by a mob boss/her captor while trying to protect her family from his wrath.
Genre: Action, Thriller
Director(s): Joe Lynch
Production: Radius-TWC
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
5.1
Metacritic:
35
Rotten Tomatoes:
28%
R
Year:
2014
92 min
Website
94 Views


(FOOTSTEPS ECHO)

(PLANE ENGINE ROARING)

(WOMAN SCREAMS)

(BED SPRINGS CREAKING)

(MEN CHATTERING)

(WOMAN GASPS)

(WOMAN YELLING)

(MAN SPEAKS JAPANESE)

(MEN CHEER, LAUGH)

(WOMAN SOBBING)

(MAN SHUSHES)

(SOBBING FADES)

(CRYING)

(LOCK CLICKS)

(COUGHING)

(MEN SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY)

(PANTING)

(TOILET FLUSHES)

(MAN SPEAKING OUTSIDE)

(MEN LAUGH)

(SPEED-DIALS NUMBER)

(LINE RINGING)

This is Detective Robertson.

Leave a message after the beep.

- (BEEPS)

- He knows. He knows.

(SPEAKING JAPANESE)

What's going on in there?

(POUNDS)

(SPEAKING JAPANESE)

(POUNDS)

(GASPS)

(SPEED-DIALS NUMBER)

- (MEN SPEAKING JAPANESE)

- (LINE RINGS)

Hello. It's Edith...

GIRL:
And Maisey.

EDITH:
We are not home right now.

- Leave a message after the beep.

- Beep.

(BEEPS)

(HANGS UP)

MAN:
Ooh.

(SPEAKING JAPANESE)

(POUNDING ON DOOR)

Get the f*ck out here!

Get out here now!

(MEN TALKING)

I'm coming in!

(GUNSHOT)

(DISTANT SOUNDS ECHOING)

(MEN SPEAKING JAPANESE)

(STEREO PLAYS:

"WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS")

(GUNFIRE)

Good tidings to you

And a happy New Year...

- (GROANS)

- (MUSIC QUIETS)

And a happy New Year

Good tidings to you

- (PISTOL CLICKING)

- Wherever you are

- (MAN GRUNTING)

- Good tidings for Christmas

And a happy New Year

We wish you a merry Christmas

- (GAGS)

- We wish you a merry Christmas

We wish you a merry Christmas

and a happy New Year

We wish you a merry Christmas

We wish you a merry Christmas

and a happy New Year

(THUMPING ON CEILING)

WOMAN 1:
What the hell

is all that noise?

Cheese and crackers,

keep it down.

Really?

- (SIGHS)

- (SONG STOPS)

(STEREO PLAYS:
"GOD RES YOU MERRY, GENTLEMEN")

...merry, gentlemen E

Let nothing you dismay...

(KNOCK ON DOOR)

WOMAN 2:

Hey, is everything okay in there?

...was born

on Christmas Day...

Yeah.

To save us all

from Satan's power

- Oh, my God.

- When we were gone astray

O tidings

- I'm sorry.

- Of comfort and joy

Comfort and joy

O tidings of comfort and joy...

(PANTING)

(SPEED-DIALS NUMBER)

(LINE RINGS)

This is Detective Robertson.

Leave a message after the beep.

- (BEEP)

- Where are you?

Where the hell are you?

You promised me that you would help me.

You said you'd get me out of this.

Now I'm so fucked.

Call me, asshole,

at least to tell me

that you don't give a shit

that you sold yourself

like all the other disgusting cops.

(CHUCKLES)

And I'm on my own.

...comfort and joy

Comfort and joy

O tidings of comfort and joy

(VOCALIZING)

Shit.

- (RING-TONE CHIMES)

- Hello.

Hello?

(RING-TONE CHIMING)

- ...Christmas Day.

- (CHIMING CONTINUES)

To save us all from Satan's power

When we were gone astray

O tidings of comfort and joy

Comfort and joy

- (SECOND RING-TONE CHIMES)

- (MUSIC STOPS)

(GRUNTS, YELPS)

(RING-TONE CHIMES)

(MULTIPLE RINGTONES CHIMING)

Stop.

No.

(ALL RINGTONES STOP)

(GASPING)

(RING-TONE CHIMING)

(WINCES)

(CELL PHONE CHIMING, BUZZING)

(BEEPS)

MAN:
Everly.

What a surprise.

I assumed you'd go down

without a fight.

I was wrong.

I'm never wrong.

Did you get my present?

Open it.

I picked it out myself.

(GASPS)

Your detective friend

is just the beginning.

221 Shaffer Avenue.

What?

My men are already there

waiting for my call.

No, Taiko. No.

No, Taiko. No. Please, no.

- We had an agreement.

- I'm begging, please.

Do as your told,

or I kill your mother and daughter.

Do anything you want to me, but, please,

please, just leave them out of this.

I don't need your permission to do

anything I want with you.

I own you.

- Yes. Please...

- Or did you forget that?

- If you ever loved me...

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